Dr Anna Mandeville

Space for your Well Being

Dr Anna Mandeville is a truly integrative Consultant Clinical Psychologist. She has a passionate commitment to apply psychological knowledge to influence health and well-being. 

Dr Mandeville has worked for many years in healthcare alongside medical colleagues, integrating evidence based psychological approaches to physical and emotional health. As well her Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology she has also trained in Clinical Hypnosis, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and as a yoga teacher. She draws on all these skills in supporting the creation of a Well Being!


About Dr Mandeville

Dr Anna Mandeville BSc (Hons); DCLinPsy

Consultant Clinical Psychologist; Practitioner Psychologist HCPC


NHS Appointments

Dr Mandeville currently holds two NHS leadership positions;

  • Consultant Clinical Paychologist and Psychology Lead for the Complex Pain Team, University College London Hospitals (UCLH) NHS Foundation Trust on secondment from leading Abdomino-Pelvic Pain (APP) Pathway.
  • Consultant Clinical (Health) Psychologist, Head of Clinical (Health) Psychology Services, Adult Community Services.

Private Sector appointments

  • Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Pain Management, King Edward VII Hospital Centre of Excellence, Pain and Neuroscience - Dr Mandeville is delighted to have been invited as a Consultant Psychologist in this fully integrated service which takes into account physical health and emotional well-being.

University appointments

  • Honorary lecturer, Department of Clinical & Health Psychology UCL

Lecuring & teaching on various postgraduate & undergraduate courses.

Lecturing on Acute & Chronic Pain; Patient & staff behaviour in acute hospitals; chronic illness; psychology of medicine and surgery.


  • Health Foundation Fellow

Dr Mandeville has beaten tough national competition to be awarded a prestigious educational fellowship from the Health Foundation. Eighteen senior health care professionals have been selected to join 'Generation Q' Fellowship by the Health Foundation to support them as leaders and innovators improving the quality of health care in the UK.


  • SPIN (Specialists in Pain International Network)

Dr Mandeville is a member of the charity SPIN, formed to share pain management skills on a world-wide basis. She has formed part of the education team visiting Mumbai, Italy, Poland and Bosnia.

Professional registration

HCPC membership Number PYL15748

Member of the British Psychological Society(BPS)  - Section Membership - Health Psychology, Coaching Psychology, Transpersonal Psychology.

Selected publications

Male chronic pelvic pain syndrome and the role of interdisciplinary pain management.Andrew Paul Baranowski • Anna L. Mandeville • Sarah Edwards • Suzanne Brook • Julia Cambitzi • Melissa Cohen. World J Urol (2013) 31:779–784

Psychological Factors in chronic benign back pain (2012) Osborn, M; Ridout K; Mandeville A in Back Pain Souter, A; Cregg, R and Cong, S Back Pain. Oxford Pain Management Library. Oxford University Press.

Psychological intervention in persistent pelvic pain; Mandeville, A (2009)10th Physiatric Summer school; Pelvic Pain. Orton Helsinki

Psychological Intervention in Persistent Pelvic Pain; Mandeville, A (2008) in Urogenital Pain in Clinical Practise. Informa Healthcare.

The Psychology of managing pain in the pelvis – do we need a specialist approach? Mandeville, A (2008) Oral presentation at International meeting on urogenital pain. Update on urogenital pain: Current issues and controversies. Review available at http://www.painful-bladder.org/pdf/2008_PUGO_Glasgow.pdf

Psychological aspects of Pain; Mandeville, A and Ridout, K (2007) in Long term pain: A guide to practical management in Baranowski, A and Lee, J. Oxford University Press.

Self-monitoring of bloods and symptoms in patients with rheumatoid arthritis receiving methotrexate. (2004). Mitchell KM, Mandeville AL, Manson J, Olaleye A, Shipley M, Newman SP Rheumatology 43, 139 - 139.

Osteo-arthritis, Identity and coping: an interpretative phenomenological approach. Mandeville A, Mulligan K, Smith J, Shipley M, Newman S (2004). Rheumatology, 43, 153 - 154.